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Kennett PD asks for help identifying theft suspects

(Source: Kennett Police Department) (Source: Kennett Police Department)
(Source: Kennett Police Department) (Source: Kennett Police Department)
(Source: Kennett Police Department) (Source: Kennett Police Department)
(Source: Kennett Police Department) (Source: Kennett Police Department)
KENNETT, MO (KFVS) -

Police in Kennett are asking for help identifying four women that investigators believe got away with nearly $10,000 from Walmart.

According to the department, the women went to the electronics department around 8 p.m.

They started talking to an employee and asked how long the employee worked at the store.

Investigators learned that two of the women pulled out several Visa prepaid credit cards and told the employee they wanted to load a card with money.

During the exchange, they gave an extra instruction to the employee and nearly $10,000 was loaded onto the cards.

If you recognize any of these women or have information about the crime, you are asked to call police at 573-888-4622.

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